In the latest development of an ongoing legal battle, the Electronic Frontier Foundation finds itself on the frontlines of the battle for transparency on secret spy programs -- like the National Security Administration’s PRISM -- that collect and monitor the communications of U.S. citizens. Last week, a judge of the super-secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court ruled in favor of the EFF, allowing it to pursue a lawsuit aimed at making public a court decision that found Department of Justice surveillance techniques to be unconstitutional.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013
International Business Times

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